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[audio]Crivins 111 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
Links Microsoft’s ‘Star Trek’ voice translator available before the end 2014 Ubuntu Devs Work on Porting Android Apps to Ubuntu Linux Pre-orders start today for Flame, the Firefox OS developer phone Apple Pulls Popular Weed-Growing Game From App Store, Ignores All The Unpopular Ones Schneier: Snowden's Leaks Have Actually Made It Easier To Crack Terrorists' Encrypted Messages Do Personal Computers Come With NSA Surveillance Devices Built-In As Standard? China's Shanzhai Companies Moving On...
Keywords: FOSS
Downloads: 70
[audio]Crivins 109 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
Links Police ask blogger to remove tweet about Ukip Ukip pressured me to take down a tweet – and now I'm really up for a fight Google Ordered to Amend Search Results as EU Supports Individuals' 'Right to be Forgotten' Megaupload Asks Court to Freeze MPAA and RIAA Cases US Expelled Saudi Students For Using Pirate Software, Official Says Another Improvement To The Star Wars 'New' Trilogy Torpedoed By Copyright Chinese Government Says on TV That Windows XP Users Should Choose Linux Microsoft Patc...
Keywords: FOSS
Downloads: 55
[audio]Crivins 110 Uncut - Kevie & ThistleWeb
Links Goodbye Canonical, Hello XPRIZE Privacy-Focused Search Engine DuckDuckGo Gets A New Look, Smarter Search With “Instant Answers” Germany Plans To Ban Computer Companies That Work With NSA From Sensitive Public Contracts China bans the installation of Windows 8 on government computers Student Wins Pirate Bay Domain To Protest Website Blockades LG Will Take The 'Smart' Out Of Your Smart TV If You Don't Agree To Share Your Viewing And Search Data With Third Parties | Techdirt The future of...
Keywords: FOSS
Downloads: 67
[movies]Hedgewars 0.9.18 ChangeLog - Adrián Chaves Fernández
Video changelog introducing some of the changes and improvements introduced by the 0.9.18 version of Hedgewars.
Keywords: foss; games
Downloads: 22
[audio]Crivins 41 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
With Kevie not 100%, our Scottish duo are back for Crivins episode 41. Common sense prevails as a judge in Germany rules that parents can't be beside their children 24 hours a day. A new uni programme is set to gather data as their students swot and study. The Republicans do a U-turn after their posted recommendations are not met with approval by the MPAA and the RIAA. Discussion on the fair use for radio, one musician wants the royalties system changed...
Keywords: Linux, FOSS
Downloads: 14
[audio]Crivins 59 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
Sometimes you have to just scratch your head at the laws on some legal statutes, Washington apparently have a tax on dancing while letting convicted monopolist and serial tax avoiders Microsoft off with an amnesty. After that, a B movie actress managed to drum up some publicity by suing IMDB for having the audacity to publish her real date of birth. In Spain, a Linux group are trying to get Microsoft to remove the UEFI requirement from the Windows 8 Certification, and want vendors to provide ins...
Keywords: Linux; FOSS
Downloads: 10
[audio]IUMA: Shelley Foss
Having loved music since childhood and having had countless sing alongs with Micheal Jackson and the mini pops, I picked up both some taste and some guitars. Unfortunately, Baa Baa Black Sheep can't explain why I ended up as the black sheep of my family, at least not unless one is prepared to get WAY to interpretive. Three bags full anyone? Those who love me, however, know that I am true to my heart and in it.....
Keywords: Shelley Foss
Downloads: 13
[audio]Crivins 32 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
Our first story this week is a prediction by Gartner, that fake reviews will explode in 2014. Hardly a surprise given the lack of ethics in big companies. After that was a story that a Ducth court has ruled that Linking to copyrighted material is an offense in it’s own right. In a perfect example of why Jullian Assange shouldn’t trust the Swedish government, one of the Pirate Bay founders was arrested in Cambodia and extradited to Sweden, only to get a new charge handed to him as soon as he ...
Keywords: Linux; FOSS
Downloads: 21
[audio]Crivins 100 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
Discussions With millions of sources of information & each of us filtering it to our own tastes, is there such a thing as "common knowledge"? Why have podcasts not caught on more than they have? Additional Cast Gavin (Chalkahlom) Mikael (Inscius) Tunes Waxin b/w No Diggity by T Bird and the Breaks Gloomy Talkings by BURNOUT
Keywords: Linux; FOSS
Downloads: 50
[audio]Crivins Feedback 0 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
We wanted to clear the decks with a special short feedback episode, so here it is. Thanks to everyone who got in touch. We welcome feedback, good or bad. Tunes The Sway – Going BlindRobin Grey – The Hackney Gentrification Song
Keywords: Linux; FOSS
Downloads: 13
[audio]Crivins 48 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
Episode 48 began with the news that kernel hacker Alan Cox was retiring for family reasons. After that we had our first good court story, with a US court denying copyright trolls the ability to demand identities of IP address account holders. Next up was the story about the market share of Linux being much more than Windows because of Android. The second of our good court stories was about a German court ruling that internet access is essential to modern life, and depriving of it is an issue...
Keywords: Linux, FOSS
Downloads: 42
[audio]Crivins 55 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
We started off episode 55 with an update to a previous story, the people who hacked a billboard to share the Pirate Bay slogan got free iPads for their trouble. Next up is the news that TV stations really should check their sources, as a Danish channel show an Assassin's Creed screenshot thinking it's a real image of Damascus. Think a 2yr contract is long? Spare a thought for folks in Virginia, who are locked into a 75yr contract for the internet and TV...
Keywords: Linux; FOSS
Downloads: 3
[audio]Crivins 49 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
We start with a reheat from the 80's that failed on Kickstarter, as Dizzy failed to make it's target by quite a margin. After that is the first of a few confusing stories this week, with Antigua setting up a commercial site to offer US copyrighted stuff without paying the rightsholders in revenge for a trade decision. BT are the first in the UK to officially announce that limited bandwidth isn't really an issue, so they're dropping bandwidth caps...
Keywords: Linux; FOSS
Downloads: 8
[audio]Crivins 10 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
We’re back with a more regular type of episode for episode 10, and we start off with a gem of a thing; a Javascript version of Tron in a ridiculously small number of lines of code. Next up, we say strewth to the Aussie bobbies who are now roaming the streets for open wifi networks to scare folks into closing them. You can’t say we’re not doing our public doody, we put the call out for the poor truck driver who lost his job due to them thieving bastards, the interwebs pirates...
Keywords: Linux; FOSS
Downloads: 14
[audio]Crivins 08 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
After the stunning revelation that we hadn’t in fact reached double figures yet, we decided to skip the time travelling and get on with episode 8. In this episode, we started off with a story that broke shortly before we started recording; that Canonical announced Ubuntu for Android. Next up was the growing questions about Google apparently bypassing tracking cookie preferences on Safari and Internet Explorer...
Keywords: Linux; FOSS
Downloads: 21
[audio]Crivins 16 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
As Crivins reaches it’s sweet sixteenth, we pulled in a guest who happened to be on Mumble as we went to record by the name of Eric. We started off the show with the news that a Monty Python sketch is being enacted in the Linux world with Mandriva assuring anybody who’d listen that they’re not in fact dead, despite all appearances to the contrary. Next up is the rather odd news that Greek courts have banned two music sites...
Keywords: Linux; FOSS
Downloads: 24
[audio]Crivins 22 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
Out with the old, in with the new. Not only is the site new, but we’re starting an uncut version of the show too. The uncut version is much longer, and is the full Mumble conversation before, during and after the show without the music. Tonights show had to be spliced together because Mumble crashed. We also started an hour later so Eric joined us mid show. Our first news story this week was about how the rich and powerful think they can abuse copyright laws to silence criticism...
Keywords: Linux; FOSS
Downloads: 20
[audio]Crivins 25 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
Episode 25 sees the triumphant return of the lesser spotted Crivins co-host Kevie, after a month incommunicado on his holidays. Continuing the format we started last week, our discussion is up first, about the misconceptions folks who are not used to anything but OSX or Windows get told about Linux. Our news section started with a story about the RIAA trying to hide a part of their own studies because it doesn’t fit with the narrative, that most file swapping goes on offline...
Keywords: Linux; FOSS
Downloads: 11
[audio]Crivins 62 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
In this episode we have a change to an all news episode. We started off with a couple of smartphone stories, with Lockout classing privacy invading ad networks as malware, and a law in the US that would see folks who unlock their smartphones potentially going to jail. Prenda Law never fail to give us stories, now they're threatening to tell your neighbours about your downloads, to embarrass you into just paying up...
Keywords: Linux; FOSS
Downloads: 13
[audio]Crivins 39 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
After a schedule clash, the regular episode of Crivins was moved to Wednesday. The technology in the polls during the US elections caused some problems, as did the FSF with a daft stunt a windoze 8 launch event. Microsoft may be spying on you via the Kinect, along with a talk about the importance of piracy in the modern time. Wayland 1.0 has been released and HP upgrades it’s membership of the Linux Foundation to Platinum...
Keywords: Linux; FOSS
Downloads: 10
[audio]Crivins 58 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
We started off this episode with the crazy news that in California, there's a ruling to make using a map from a phone while driving illegal. After that was a typical Daily Mail type witch-hunt story, about a 17yr old girl having her old tweets dredged up forcing her to resign from her new job. In the first of our two Microsoft stories, we then moved onto the contempt folks at the company have over the "always on" DRM...
Keywords: Linux; FOSS
Downloads: 13
[audio]Growing Up with Linux - Ohio LinuxFest 2012
2012 is an auspicious year for free software and open source - 20 years of the Linux kernel, almost as many years of Debian, and of course, 10 years of OLF. As it happens, this year also marks the ten year anniversary of my engagement in the free software community. Iâve been involved in many different projects over the years, and while each of them has been uniquely challenging and fulfilling, one thing has remained the same: the endurance of the free software philosophy, and its continuing re...
Keywords: Linux; FOSS
Downloads: 22
[audio]Crivins 74 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
Links Firefox and ZTE start attack on US and Blighty from Friday City of London orders Renew to stop tracking citizens with its trash cans TOR Case Appears to Be Infringement of Rights UK Prime Minister Calls ask.fm A 'Vile Site,' Blames It For The Behavior Of Some Vile Users Pirate Bay Releases ‘Pirate Browser’ to Thwart Censorship Acer to downplay Windows in favor of Android, Chrome OS 'Hand of Thief' Linux trojan steals Internet banking information Dotcom: Surveillance and Copyright Extre...
Keywords: Linux; FOSS
Downloads: 84
[audio]Crivins 89 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
Links It’s Official, Mir Will Be Used As Default On Ubuntu 14.10 Microsoft's Weird Anti-Google Video Says Chrome is "Commercialising" Everyone Google patent takes the social out of social networking: technology writes 'personalized reactions' for you Eric Schmidt Claims Google Considered Moving Its Servers Out Of The US To Avoid The NSA NSA Complained It Wasn't Able To Spy Enough; Sought To Broaden Its Power Safeplug: Safe, Secure, Anonymous Web Browsing From any Device Are the Beastie Boys pi...
Keywords: Linux; FOSS
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[audio]Crivins 70 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
Links Apple sued for renting HD videos to older iPhones L.A. company acquires Amiga Games Inc. and the rights to 300+ games for $500,000 Official Intel statement denies Tizen's death rumors Tizen is dead? Jay Z’s ‘Exclusive’ Album Release Triggers a Piracy Bonanza Advertisers can pay AdBlock Plus to look the other way US Facebook death threats troll: Reece Elliott jailed NSA recruitment drive goes horribly wrong Judge Tells Homeland Security To Shut Up And Release Aaron Swartz's File Priva...
Keywords: Linux; FOSS
Downloads: 32
[audio]Crivins 15 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
We first looked at a story about a lawsuit against the Beastie Boys for copyright infringement over sampling, that was so badly timed to arrive the same week as the passing of MCA. With a bit of luck the PR backlash will hit the bastards. Next up is a startup called Pirate Pay, funded by Microsoft among others to disrupt and poison bit torrent swarms. After that is a piece that questions why we assume industries needs must trump the public good when talking about laws, and finally a lesser spott...
Keywords: Linux; FOSS
Downloads: 31
[audio]Crivins 09 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
We’re back, and we’re not alone. This time we had a bit of an unusual episode, we were joined by two non-Scottish guests for the show. Roy Schestowitz from Techrights and Jason Benoit from LinuxBasix. We did plan to have a freestyling news section to start but the best laid plans of haggis and men didn’t quite work out. We drifted through two discussions, that meandered through the subjects of Mumble versus Skype, security implications and possible backdoors in proprietary software, the Wi...
Keywords: Linux; FOSS
Downloads: 25
[audio]Crivins 13 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
This is the start of an all new Crivins, where we go weekly instead of fortnightly. In this episode, we start with a plea to get your RSS feeds right if you want to have your stuff shared. The first news story of this show is about how Microsoft have struck a deal with Barnes & noble over their Nook platform. We follow that with a story that the Kindle Fire is the number one Android tablet. We next spot the bizarre stance that the patent office in the US is looking into whether patents that are ...
Keywords: Linux; FOSS
Downloads: 108
[audio]Crivins 57 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
With Kevie away, we had a special guest co-host; the interweb's Bill from New York. We started off with a US centered story, about Walmart thinking it'd be a great idea to have customers deliver goods to other customers. From one insane idea to another, an Aussie store who want to charge customers $5 to just look. The next story was something about smartphones and distractions, but.....uhm....attention spans and something...
Keywords: Linux; FOSS
Downloads: 23
[audio]Crivins 40 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
Kevie and Gordon are back for another week of open source talk and opinion. Microshaft includes ads and junkware in windows 8, why break the habit of a lifetime? The new DirectX is going to be exclusive to windows 8; risky ploy on micoshaft’s part. The new Humble Indie Bundle is on sale for the next ten days. HTC and apple reach a settlement along with some thoughts on apples progress over the last couple of years...
Keywords: Linux; FOSS
Downloads: 15
[audio]Crivins 17 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
We were joined by Eric again this week as Crivins reaches legal driving age in Scotland. The first story we cover is a TV broadcast service in the US called Dish, offering their customers an auto-ad-hopping feature on time shifted content, and the major networks who supply the programs are trying to argue that skipping adverts should be illegal. Next up, we see another Pirate Bay story, with the authorities playing whac-a-mole with IP addresses...
Keywords: Linux; FOSS
Downloads: 18
[audio]Crivins 95 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
Discussion Has Canonical bitten off more than it can chew? Rarin' to buy an Ubuntu phone? Maybe not until 2015, Canonical man says Firefox OS beats Ubuntu to smart TVs Links Why The Copyright Industry Is Doomed, In One Single Sentence Scottish company Maidsafe claims to have built a Bitcloud-like system The FBI Seized all of TorMail's Data and is Using it to Catch Hackers Parents sue Uber over daughter's death, claim its app is illegal Also Worth A Read Everything Is A Remix maker is back with t...
Keywords: Linux; FOSS
Downloads: 5
[audio]Crivins 19 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
We’re joined this week by Eric again as well as Dave and Caroline from the Bugcast. After the obligatory attempt to reference Paul Hardcastle, we got on with the show. We start this episode with an education section, and the news that there’s a movement to make teaching and the curriculum more wiki style so it can be more representative and faster moving at a cheaper price than the current options...
Keywords: Linux; FOSS
Downloads: 18
[audio]Crivins 54 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
Inspired by Studio 54, we ramble through a Mumble fueled mishmash of news stories, starting with Prenda Law getting desperate to throw a judge off the scent with any excuse they think might work. After that was the story of a former revenge porn site owner being hit with a $250,000 defamation claim. Our "numpty of the week" slot goes to a dude who left pages of counterfeit currency in his printer when he took it back when it was faulty...
Keywords: Linux; FOSS
Downloads: 24
[audio]Crivins 12 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
We have an unusual three part episode this time, as we finally get round to catching up with the feedback at the third and final section of the show. Before that though we discuss Microsoft’s lockin costs to the UK tax payer, the FBI seizing remailler servers in the US, the fantastic number of orders for the Raspberry Pi and a little bit of software Gordon thought was something totally different to what it actually is; Boot to Gecko...
Keywords: Linux; FOSS
Downloads: 23
[audio]Crivins 06 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
In this show we first look at Samsung’s Bada / Tizen adoption / confusion. Next up we realise that we can no longer take Google’s adoption rate figures with anything other than a grain of salt, as they pull a Microsoft, and insist people sign up to Google Plus when they open a new GMail account. Some call it “Steam for Linux”, (not to be confused with “Steamin’ on Linux”) we welcome the fact that Desura have open sourced their gaming client application...
Keywords: Linux; FOSS
Downloads: 10
[audio]Crivins 26 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
We have a bumper list of links for tonights show, starting with Ballmer cocking things up again, with the Metro trademark. After that is a strange story about Warner Bros, and a counterfeit allegation against an Amazon reseller. Next up is a story that even iPad owners are not as daft as Murdoch assumed they were, that they don’t want to throw money at the Daily for news. Welcome news, in Monty Python style “I’m not dead”, Damn Small Linux has returned with a new release.  From one welc...
Keywords: Linux; FOSS
Downloads: 30
[audio]Crivins 30 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
We started off this show with a couple of Apple stories, first that they find an app that reports US drone strikes objectionable, and that Bruce Willis has spotted that all the stuff you buy from the iTunes store, you don’t in fact own. After that we noticed Facebook and Twitter have opened their arms to marketing folks spamming users. Next up is a study looking at whether it’s worth encrypting data...
Keywords: Linux; FOSS
Downloads: 21
[audio]Crivins 36 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
In the first of our two episodes with Kevie away, our guest co-host mcnalu steps up to the plate. We start off with a story about Bit Coin being hoarded instead of being circulated. After that is a DMCA story about Pearson taking out almost 1.5 million education blogs over a small extract from a 1974 book. Next up is a scary story about unpatched and infected Windows PCs running vital functions in hospitals...
Keywords: Linux; FOSS
Downloads: 7
[audio]Crivins 44 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
After a bit of a hairy start when the Mumble server was dead, we got the use of Delwin's server to record this episode. An honorary mention goes to PipeManMusic who offered to help out. We started off with another story that shows the power the BPI have over ISPs and what sites to block or not block. After that was the predictable Microsoft FUD campaign backfiring. They wanted FUD about Android malware and got an avalanche of shit about Windows malware...
Keywords: Linux, FOSS
Downloads: 18
[audio]Crivins 46 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
After a longer delay than we'd planned, we're back with episode 46. This time it's a couple of discussions, first about the role exclusivity plays in pushing consumers to download from illegal sources, and secondly the year ahead in the smartphone space, with Ubuntu as the main talking point. Gordon also addresses the criticism he got over the HPR New Year show. Links Ubuntu for phones – Industry proposition Tunes Solaris - 20 Million Miles to Earth Cooked Pairs - Drain Her Life Away
Keywords: Linux, FOSS
Downloads: 2
[audio]Platicas_Tecnologicas_06Jun2009 - LinuxCabal A.C./ Esteban Contreras-Vázquez
Platicas tecnologicas en LinuxCabal
Keywords: LinuxCabal; FOSS
Downloads: 6
[audio]Crivins 29 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
We have a bit of an unusual show tonight, in that there’s no discussion section. It’s all news, with more indepth discussion around these stories. It’s also an episode where Gordon has a couple of tunes for the show. We started off the show with the big tech story of the week, the whiney iBitches won a court case against Samsung. After that was a story about Microsoft tracking what you install on Windows 8...
Keywords: Linux; FOSS
Downloads: 25
[audio]Crivins 14 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
As got ready for this episode, the news broke that Oracle had won on two counts of copyright infringement over Google amounting to a few lines of code. The payout is a lot less than Oracle would have liked though. Before we get into this weeks new stories, we spotted updates to the last discussion on Crivins. Microsoft have applied for a patent on wiretapping Skype, the bastards. The FBI meanwhile are moaning about not being able to get backdoors in enough stuff, they’re wanting backdoors ever...
Keywords: Linux; FOSS
Downloads: 21
[audio]Crivins 63 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
We had a three part episode this time around, starting with the welcome news of what happens when you stand up to patent trolls. Newegg won a case against Alcatel-Lucent. After that was the interesting angle that Jolla is competing against Android. Speaking of Android, we discuss the announcement that Google are doing their own IDE for Android. The second part started with more welcome news, Logitech are putting "Linux Compatible" markings on their products...
Keywords: Linux; FOSS
Downloads: 13
[audio]Crivins 51 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
We started off area 51 with the rumours of Google opening retail stores. Apple are not happy with Brazil, as their IP bullying didn't work. They lost the iPhone trademark in Brazil. Microsoft are changing their licensing terms to force users onto their subscription Office service. Speaking of being a dick, Chubby Checker is in the news for the first time in 30 years, as his lawyer Willie, sues Palm...
Keywords: Linux; FOSS
Downloads: 24
[audio]Crivins 50 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
As we reach a milestone with episode 50, we start with the news that several news sites have been getting stuff wrong around Ubuntu Phone and it's release date. After that was the story that the iPhone 5 slipped to 5th place in a user satisfaction survey, with Android taking the top 4 places. The Aussies are calling Microsoft, Apple and Adobe to explain why the prices are much more expensive than the US...
Keywords: Linux; FOSS
Downloads: 4
[audio]Crivins 49 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
We start with a reheat from the 80's that failed on Kickstarter, as Dizzy failed to make it's target by quite a margin. After that is the first of a few confusing stories this week, with Antigua setting up a commercial site to offer US copyrighted stuff without paying the rightsholders in revenge for a trade decision. BT are the first in the UK to officially announce that limited bandwidth isn't really an issue, so they're dropping bandwidth caps...
Keywords: Linux; FOSS
Downloads: 9
[audio]Crivins 35 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
We started off this episode with a laugh at Microsoft’s expense. They or folks acting on behalf of them sent DMCA takedown noticed to lots of sites with nothing to do with Windows 8 including their own search engine Bing. After that we had a story with a bit of a theme from Apple, who insist that it’s never their fault; the purple haze on the camera means it’s your fault for not knowing how to take a picture...
Keywords: Linux; FOSS
Downloads: 13
[audio]Crivins 85 - Kevie & ThistleWeb
Links SolusOS: Life Happens…Distros Die Cinnamon Desktop: Breaks with GNOME, finds beefed-up Nemo Twitter Images And The Anti-Social Social Network IsoHunt Resurrected Less Than Two Weeks After $110 Million MPAA Deal RIAA: Bitcoin Makes it Hard to Track or Seize Pirate Bay Donations Ubuntu's Amazon Shopping Feature Wins Anti-Privacy Award Copyright levy for ISPs violates EU regulation, Belgian government says India plans to restrict email use after NSA leaks Mike Rogers: You Can't Have Your Pr...
Keywords: Linux; FOSS
Downloads: 5
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